Hey Fidgety, forgot to mention, try not to use "you" unless you're directly speaking to the reader. I.E.,
"And if you look back at the history of boxing video games, you'll see that the adage still holds true."
Would be better as:
"Looking back at the history of boxing video games, this adage still holds true."
Using "you" in this case assigns value to the reader which you don't want. I only noticed a few instances of this, so clean those up and I think it's good. Sorry I didn't mention this before